Haley Topliff Overcomes Adversity to Earn MBA
Haley Topliff graduated with an MBA from Gonzaga in May. Along the way, she learned about perseverance in the face of adversity, developed resilience,...
A City for All Senses
Gonzaga In Florence is the crown jewel of the University’s study abroad program, and the mechanism that started Gonzaga on the path to developing...
Gonzaga Arts Draws Xander Claypool
Gonzaga affirmed the connection between creativity and problem-solving when it unveiled the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center last April. The...
Stories of Pedagogy in the Pandemic
As Gonzaga undergraduates approach final exams during this unprecedented time of dislocation and disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic,...
Virtual Views of Ancient Places
History students are now visiting reconstructions of ancient cities such as Olympia and Athens using virtual reality technology in the classroom.
Accounting Team Advances to National Competition Finals in April
A six-member team of accounting students won a regional competition of Deloitte’s Audit Innovation Campus Challenge and advances to the national...
Virtual Reality Brings History to Life
Professor Andrew Goldman is taking students to new and faraway places — and into the past — without leaving the classroom.
Interdisciplinary Collaborations Energize Faculty & Students
Interdisciplinary collaboration was the focus of a piece Gonzaga's Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences published in AJCU's "Connections" February...
Big Sky Classroom
A campground on the upper Missouri River is the classroom for Gonzaga in the Wilderness
SEAS Plays Significant Part in Sharp Reopening
Sharp Avenue is the first major test of a porous asphalt refined and tested by Gonzaga Senior Design teams in the School of Engineering & Applied...
Student Researchers Tackle Civics, Economics & More
Gonzaga students participate in SIRC - the Spokane Intercollegiate Research Conference - to share findings
GU Undergraduates Gain Research Skills via UW School of Medicine Partnership
Students build their biomedical research skills this summer at UW medical science laboratories in Seattle.
The Never-Ending Game
Though they seem like games, poverty simulations bring to light the true injustices of economic disparities
Justice in January: The Chicano Park Murals
Historic murals in San Diego's Chicano Park represent the plight of immigrants and action for justice
Common Grounds - This is Not a Game
As part of a student-directed game show, participants find common ground while discussing divisive issues.